Anne Frank mural in Italy and Shoah memorial in Denmark vandalised
The mural in Milan portrays a tearful Anne Frank with an Israeli flag
Exploring the emotional recovery of a Shoah survivor who lost father, brother and sister
Diane Samuels’ latest drama tells the story of Miriam Freedman, who learned how to live with the loss of her family members in Holocaust
During Kristallnacht, the Jews were defenceless. 85 years on, we can defend ourselves from hate
In 1945 it was thought the flame of antisemitism had burnt out but this is certainly not the case 85 years on
Arnold Schwarzenegger honoured with courage award for work in combating antisemitism
The Hollywood actor declared: 'Hatred you never ever win; love in the end always wins'
Why did Germans stand by when Jews were being killed?
Behaviour under the Third Reich helps explain how some people today have reacted to the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel
Singing songs of defiance in my ancestors' home town
Singer Mark Glanville only realised his poignant link to Kutno in Poland thanks to a chance post on Facebook
How a language student became the heroic saviour of 16 Jewish Nobel laureates
A new biography tells the story of a young woman who masterminded the escape of academics from Nazi Europe to the UK
Stanford professor suspended for calling Jewish students 'colonisers'
The lecturer at the prestigious American university was accused of 'identity-based targeting'
Obituary: Alice Fraser
She lived to be 103 and saw seven of her 11 great grand-children become bar and bat mitzvah. However, the life of German-born Alice Fraser was anything but predictable. Her grandson tells her story
Jewish lawyer who spied for Britain after fleeing the Nazis honoured
Dr Kurt Erich Glauber has been honoured with a memorial stone at Ipswich Old Cemetery
Austrian government begin work to convert Hitler's house into police station
The house in Braunau am Inn where Hitler was born will also be home to a human rights centre
Holocaust Survivors’ Centre hailed a ‘lifesaver’ at annual dinner
Fundraising event at St John’s Wood United Synagogue raises £150,000 for Shoah facility
Legal fight launched to reclaim Shoah victim's paintings
Twelve works by the Austrian Expressionist Egon Schiele that once belonged to Fritz Grünbaum at centre of court battle
The Russian playwright speaking out against Putin in the shadow of the Shoah
Dmitry Glukhovsky new drama examines the moral compromises some people make with evil regimes
The White Factory review: An important addition to the Shoah canon
Dmitry Ghlukhovsky’s new play investigates how good people can be corrupted under relatively little pressure
The shameful story of art stolen by the Nazis, and the long fight to get it back
Twenty-five years since a landmark conference on looted treasures, Jenni Frazer asks why it has been so hard to get justice